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NAFTC Featured On West Virginia Morning Public Radio

National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) in Morgantown has developed a new pilot program for use in high schools. The purpose of this program is to train students on the components of repairing alternative fuel vehicles. The program is part of an effort to get people mor
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NAFTC launches advanced electric drive vehicle curriculum for high schools

MORGANTOWN, WV — America’s high schools have offered specialized automotive training for generations of technicians who then kept family cars and business vehicles humming on the highways. But, the evolution of transportation in the 21st Century is bringing a whole new kind of alterna
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Advanced Vehicles Driving Growth: A White House Celebration

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Obama Administration brought together auto-sector stakeholders at a White House event on June 27, 2012. This event celebrated success stories about the remarkable resurgence of the auto industry and spotlighted leaders who represent President Obama’s visio
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NAFTC Executive Director Invited to Participate in White House Celebration of Advanced Vehicles

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Al Ebron, Executive Director of the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium, has been invited to participate in an event at the White House today that celebrates the resurgence of the auto industry. The event takes place on Wednesday, June 27th at 2:30 p.m in
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Alfred State Automotive Students Prepare to Race Hybrid Vehicles

Senior students enrolled in Alfred State College’s Automotive Trades: Automotive Service Technician curriculum are busy preparing for two upcoming competitions that involve alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles. The students will race at the 2012 Green Grand Prix, slated f
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